Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Manta Brush

As far as I am concerned you can never have too many hairbrushes, especially if you find a brand of hairbrush you like.  I like brushes which don't scrape the scalp, feel as though the bristles have to be dragged through your hair or when they do brush your hair, they actually brush through all of your hair, not just some of it.   We all know brushes come in all shapes and sizes, do a whole host of different things for your hair and have a variety of different names including Radial, Bristle, Ceramic, Curling, Straightening, Detangling, Paddle or Vent to name just a few.
Manta Brush
Manta Brush
Manta Brush
I am about to throw a new brush into the mix called Manta. Manta has been invented by Tim Binnington, a professional hairdresser with over 25 years’ experience.  I was introduced to the Manta a few weeks ago and have found myself reaching for it every single day. Originally created by Tim for his wife who lost her hair after a life-threatening illness. Tim noticed that as her hair grew back, she would comb it through using only her fingers, scared that using a conventional hairbrush might cause breakage and damage to the new hair.  With that in mind, Tim invented the Manta, a brush which is just as gentle on your hair as your fingers are and it also helps to keep the damage of daily brushing to a minimum.

The first thing you might notice about the Manta is its unusual design, it looks nothing like a traditional hairbrush or indeed anything else you might currently use on your hair. Instead, the ergonomic design allows the Manta to mould to the shape of your hand and then to your scalp and in doing so, it helps to create much less tension on each strand of hair with every stroke. Then there is its patented Flexguard engineering which enables each bristle to have complete 360 degree motion, this helps the brush and its bristles to gently loosen knots and keep the process snag-free.  There are also no sharp edges and it is heat resistant up to 80°C.
Manta Brush
Manta Brush
I have fine hair but a lot of it, a phrase you will have heard me mention quite a few times and any brush I use needs to be able to comb through my hair and as I can suffer from a sensitive scalp, usually when I am stressed, I want something that doesn't exacerbate what is already an issue. So the Manta is perfect for doing this. It glides from root to tip through my hair without scratching my scalp, without dragging and snagging my hair. It also works its way through knots and tangles without ripping my hair out and on the scalp, it gently massages rather than irritate.  It also helps to keep static to an absolute minimum.

I love that the Manta is easy to use, is perfect for travelling with and is an absolute dream to use.  To purchase, the Manta retails for £25 and is available in either Black or White colours. To purchase, you can find it online here.


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12 comments:

  1. I love how ergonomic it is, looks great for detangling

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  2. It looks very different to anything I’ve seen before! I wonder if it will work on my curly hair xx

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  3. I have a sensitive scalp too Rach, I love the nifty handle. Xx

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  4. This sounds like a great product. My hair has became very damaged after my pregnancy and I worry about over brushing it all the time.

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  5. My grandmother has a lot of issues with mobility so this would be perfect for her to grip onto x

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  6. This is such a great product. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. I love brushes like this so much, handles like this are so much better for wet hair too!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  8. Such a unique design - it sounds great x

    www.ofbeautyandnothingness.co.uk

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  9. I love the design and the holding grip is sure to make it easier to use.

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  10. My hair is extremely thick and a nightmare haha. I love how this has a bit you can grip to make it easier.

    www.EmmyWritesAbout.com

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  11. Oh I love the look of this! I hadn't heard of them til now!
    Chantelle x
    The Girl In The Tartan Scarf

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  12. This looks like an easier to use tangle teezer! xx

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